New Comoros Conflict

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Pre New Comoros Conflict

The New Comoros Conflict was a civil war that happened in the New Federal and Islamic Republic of Comoros which led to four new micronations gaing independence.

It started in August or September 2001 when the 2001 New Comoros General Election ended. Tsitsi Botha won with 8 votes, just 2 ahead of Anne-Laure W. J. Tsitsi wanted to keep New Comoros a Communist Federal Republic, whilst Anne-Laure W. J. promised change.

13 days after Tsitsi Botha won, a riot broke out after around 5 of the 8 voters lost interest, and changed they’re opinions and instead supported Anne-Laure.

Around November 2001, after Tsitsi Botha refused to step down, 2 citizens, known only as Juan and Tawanda, along with Anne-Laure claimed independence from the micronation, and declared the Anarchist-Capitalist State of Ünieazwati. They convinced two other previous citizens of New Comoros to join.

On 8 February 2002, the Prime Minister of New Comoros got fired form his position, and as a sign of rebellion, not wanting to join Ünieazwati, created his own micronation; the Communist Dictatorship of Botswana.

Ünieazwati declared war on the Communist Dictatorship of Botswana, and send two spies.

Not much is known what happened between late February 2002 up until July, however some fighting and further conflict ensued. More people also joined the Communist Dictatorship of Botswana and Ünieazwati.

On 5 July, Faith Nesta, originally a member of Ünieazwati, didn’t like the Captalist market. As a result, Faith Nesta declared war on Ünieazwati and created True United People’s Socialist Republic of Ünieazwati

After that the conflict was mostly in a stale mate until 1 January 2003 when another person declared another micronation, the Empire of New Comoros.